[A Case of Alcoholic Liver Disease Presenting as Prominent Accumulation of Ascites Associated with Liver Damage Due to CapeOX].

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A 75-year-old man with rectal cancer had consumed an average of6 6 g of alcohol per day for 47 years. However, his liver function was within normal limits and his Child-Pugh classification was A before initiation of therapy. He underwent neoadjuvant chemoradiation and a low anterior resection. The patient then received CapeOX as an adjuvant therapy. During… (More)

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@article{Yonenaga2017ACO, title={[A Case of Alcoholic Liver Disease Presenting as Prominent Accumulation of Ascites Associated with Liver Damage Due to CapeOX].}, author={Yoshikuni Yonenaga and Marika Nio and Yoshihiro Yata and Shunichi Higashide}, journal={Gan to kagaku ryoho. Cancer & chemotherapy}, year={2017}, volume={44 9}, pages={801-803} }